Police Blotters 9/28/12

DPS Crime Log

Criminal damage to property to a vehicle tire at Lot 45 was reported Friday. There are no suspects.

A case of criminal damage to property to a motorcycle at Lentz Hall motorcycle lot was reported Friday. There are no suspects.

Five SIU students were arrested outside the agriculture building Saturday for underage consumption of alcohol. Benjamin J. Davis, 18, from Springfield; James Z. Gotch, 19, from Plainfield; Brandon A. Riley, 18, from Willow Springs; and Conor J. Cratsley, 20, from Orland Park, were issued Carbondale city pay-by-mail citations and were released.

Two SIU students were arrested at Neely Hall Saturday for fighting. Andrius Karasauskas, 19, from Mount Prospect; and Frank W. Soveg, 21, from Berwyn, were issued Carbondale city pay-by-mail citations and released.

Criminal damage to state supported property to a light post at Davies Gymnasium was reported Saturday. There are no suspects.

An SIU student was arrested at Grinnell Hall Monday for retail theft. Anthony Lamar Gardner, 18, from Crest Hill, was issued a Carbondale city notice to appear and was released.

A case of criminal defacement of state property was reported Monday at Faner Hall. There are no suspects.

A theft from a motor vehicle regarding an SIU parking decal was reported Monday. There are no suspects.

An SIU student was arrested at the 600 Block of S. State Street Tuesday for domestic battery. Nicholas A. Smith, 21, from Chicago, was transported to the Jackson County Jail. The victim, a 20-year-old SIU student, did not require medical treatment.

 

Carbondale City Police

The Carbondale City Police Department will take back unwanted prescription drugs Sept. 29 at the Public Safety Center at 501 South Washington St. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The service is free and anonymous; no questions will be asked.

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